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Johns Hopkins Medicine Facebook Page Statistics

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  • “Cancer when you’re 20-something years old and pregnant? That doesn’t even cross your mind,” says Ashley Kulp. Watch her story here:

      

  • Cell migration is a critical cellular process, but when it goes awry, it can lead to immune system problems. Visit the lab where researchers are working on deciphering this complex process in the hopes of improving treatment.

      

  • More than 1 out of every 100 people in industrialized countries dies of “aortic ballooning,” a weakening of our largest blood vessel. Learn what Johns Hopkins researchers are doing to prevent and treat the condition. ‪#TomorrowsDiscoveries‬

      

  • Anita’s large schwannoma spinal tumor was attached to a nerve in her spine and had grown into her chest, threatening to paralyze her arm. Learn how a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon and thoracic surgeon worked together with their teams to successfully remove the tumor over two days.

      

  • The hypothalamus regulates our biological rhythms – see how understanding its neurons could lead to insights about our appetites, body weight and sleep patterns.

      

  • Using ribbons (and a toy snow plow), a biophysics professor explains the nanomachines responsible for “untangling” DNA — and what they have to do with your #cancer risk.

      

  • Johns Hopkins neurologist Jeffrey Rothstein uses ping pong balls, a race car and duct tape to explain the latest advances in #ALS research.

      

  • بينما كان كارلوس لوسينو، وعلى مدى 10 سنوات من عمليته الجراحية، يواجه عودة نمو الورم الدماغي الخبيث بحجم كبير، كان فريقه الطبي في مستشفى جونز هوبكنز يعمل على تطوير طرق علاج أورام الدماغ. شاهد الفيديو لمعرفة المزيد عن كيفية قيام الأطباء العلماء بتوصية دراسة سريرية لكارلوس يتم فيها استخدام اكتشاف حديث يساعد على تقليص الورم لديه.

      

  • After multiple surgeries and radiation therapy to treat his recurrent tonsil cancer, Tom was referred to Johns Hopkins. Learn how the head and neck cancer team worked with him to create an intensive surgical and rehabilitation plan that now allows him to enjoy his favorite activities again. For more information: http://bit.ly/2VCWaid.

      

  • As a student at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Raquel Greer had the opportunity to work with mentors and gain the practical research experience to ultimately establish a research program promoting health equity in Baltimore. “I’m hopeful that our efforts and those of new physicians we train will continue to improve the health of our communities,” says Greer.

      

  • Anita’s large schwannoma spinal tumor was attached to a nerve in her spine and had grown into her chest, threatening to paralyze her arm. Learn how a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon and thoracic surgeon worked together with their teams to successfully remove the tumor over two days. Learn more at about multidisciplinary procedures at http:/www./hopkinsmedicine.org/neuro and http://bit.ly/2VviMkP

      

  • “Cancer when you’re 20-something years old and pregnant? That doesn’t even cross your mind,” says Ashley Kulp. Watch her story here:

      

“Cancer when you’re 20-something years old and pregnant? That doesn’t even cross your mind,” says Ashley Kulp. Watch her story here:

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